physically helpless

physically helpless

Sexual offenses adjective Referring to a person who is unconscious, asleep or for any other reason physically or verbally unable to communicate unwillingness to perform an act. See Date rape pill.
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That can be shown if the victim was physically helpless to resist, which the state claims Ms.
Ms Fleming, who is not attending the three-day Supreme Court hearing in Dublin, is wheelchair-bound, physically helpless, lives in constant pain, cannot swallow and suffers choking sessions which wear her out, the court was told.
Victims of a `date rape' attack can be physically helpless, unable to refuse sex, and unable to remember what happened to them.
Granted, she looked physically helpless, but I would swear the light of life and understanding still burned in her eyes
It happens when a drink is laced with a drug, which makes the victim mentally and physically helpless.
At all events, the Prince moves out, with the aid of the factotum -- the Prince himself being physically helpless -- and there are serious riots.
Now she is frail and her beauty has faded and she feels physically helpless.
Keira, who is 18 months old, has severe cerebral palsy caused by complications at birth, which has left her as physically helpless as a new-born, but twice as difficult to look after.
Meryl Streep inhabits the role with such luminous force that she conveys a reserve of unsuspected strength even as she grows more and more physically helpless.
A more immediate concern is that cagey Charlie, although physically helpless and slowly bleeding to death, knows how to mess up his amateur captors' heads.